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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i nvni wvw Mountain highway cleaned up Abandoned school The old Boundary lonely and forgotten on a The building now serves Creek School stands hill near the U.S. residents of the south of Beazer as a community hall. Pupils bused to Cardston and have been for a decade. are area Health unit staffing problems ease CRANBROOK Public health unit staffing problems for the East centering on the Mufflers mulled FORT MACLEOD Council had a minute for a nuffler Monday night. G. H. Jordan of 429 22nd St. lere drove his car down the illey between 22nd and 23rd streets and broke his muffler. He decided the town was at rault because the muffler had jeen knocked off the car by a Drotruding drain. Secretary Roy White told he drove through the illey from the east on several .rial runs and his muffler was lot damaged. drove down the alley and idmittedly you can't speed I would be very reluctant .0 consider said the secretary. is one of those things comes up periodically md I think we should merely we're said Coun. Dhil Hodnett. But Coun. John Davis said town's insurance covers niffed he thinks. He turning the nuffler complaint over to the nsurance people. Cranbrook are easing slightly from drastic- understaffing for 1974. The mental health unit now has a Bill formerly of the unit at recently completed supplementary studies at UBC before starting here April Also now in part-time service is Evelyn Forsythe in the mental health social service post also vacant for several months. Temporarily filling the psychiatrist vacant since late in is Calgary Foothills Hospital staff psychiatrist Dr. Kenneth Pearce who visits twice each month with a team of residents and students. Acting administrator and psychiatric nurse Maureen for several months the only professional staff in the annual unit report comments on Cranbrook District Hospital's 1973 establishment of a 10-bed designated psychiatric unit for treatment and philosophy of care. East Kootenay Mental Health Unit direct service was extended in 1973 to a monthly clinic at geographically in East Kootenay but formerly served from Vernon in the North Okanagan. The unit professional team comprises a psychiatric social worker and psychologist. Crowsnest Pass Bureau VERNON Retlctent 562-2149 COMING YOUR WAY Great Used Car Values CENTRAL SERVICE from in CARDSTON 1973 Chevelle 4 Door Sedan V8 power power radio. 1973 Impala 2 Door Hardtop Air VB auto- power power brakes. 1972 Impala 4 Door Hardtop Air V8 auto- power power steering and lots ol other equip. 1972 Impala Custom 2 Door Hardtop Air conditioning. VB power power vinyl roof and other equip. 1971 Kingswood9 Passenger Wagon power power a real sT.................'3395 1971 Thunderbird 2 Door Hardtop Fully equipped air con- true track brakes. Excellent Unit Real Value 4 193 1970 Delta Olds 4 Door Hardtop V8 electric win- power power power a good automobile. 1971 Cyclone 2 Door Hardtop power power console 1970 PLYMOUTH GRAND FURY 2 DOOR HARDTOP Air reclining V8 power power low mileage Must be seen to be SAt appreciated. Price Z J95 TRUCK VALUESI Cheyenne Ton Completely equipped Irom air conditioning to tilt steering wheel. 1971 Chiv Ton VB 4 speed heavy duty truck heavy and tires a real good buy 1973 GMC 4 Wheel Drive Custom V8 automatic. power power heavy duty throughout. '4595 1968ChevSibirbiR V8 lots to go a '795 CENTRAL SERVICE LTD. CARDSTON PHONE 653-3371 Councillor not happy with airport agreement FORT MACLEOD Coun. John Davis said this week he doesn't like an option-to-purchase clause in a proposed lease agreement for land at the industrial airport that would be used for a feed business. But he gave no reason for his objection. Gary W. Gilbert of Montana wants to buy five acres and build on it. This land is west of Paul MacNeill's pasture near the corner of the plot. Mr. Gilbert also wants to lease 36 acres with an option to purchase. His operation is described as storing and marketing of feeds and byproducts. He sent the town a cheque for for the land before it came to the council table. Coun. Davis said he didn't like the option to purchase. The site is in the airport industrial area. Secretary Roy White said he thought Mr. Gilbert had received a prior commitment from an earlier council Coun. Phil Hodnett might be a good I can't knock WATERTON Chief Mountain Highway has been given a thorough cleaning and not a speck of dirt remains from last week's incident. it will take longer to heal a half-mile scar on the hillside that rises east along the international boundary line. When things have dried out sufficiently to permit working on the Shell Canada Limited will be coming back to rehabilitate the boundary. The damage to the boundary slash area was caused when Shell moved an oil drilling rig and related some of it as heavy as 28 down the dirt road to Chief Mountain Highway. A late spring snowstorm the day before turned the road into a series of mudholes. The heavy equipment churned deep into the leaving deep ruts. At the same trucks slid off the road and widened the trail in some areas. Mud was dragged on to the highway by the trucks and some of the mud flowed down over a 50-yard area between the two customs stations. Very little of the mud flowed over the highway. guy could get nit-picking over details about how much mud there was on the says parks superintendent Tom the people's concern is very Damage at the actual drilling site in the forestry reserve was very minimal. Once the area is contoured and the topsoil pushed back it will be much the same as before the oilwell drillers intruded. was a dry Parks workers at the site say topsoil for the road repair is available in the park area and none will be trucked in. Just as visitors to a national park are prohibited from taking anything out of the so do parks people refrain from moving topsoil into the area it could contain weed seeds. the dirt is pushed back and you won't 'Pass gets Calgary TV station COLEMAN Crowsnest Pass residents will be able to view CFCN Calgary television this September. A campaign by the Town of the Coleman Elks and the Coleman Light and Water Company has won a rebroadcasting station. For more than two years Coleman has been attempting to get a satellite station to rebroadcast the Calgary station's signals but has met one stumbling block after another. This week word was received from MP Joe Clarke in Ottawa advising that approval has been given at hearings for the rebroadcast slaion. Equipment valued at has been ordered from Ron director of engineering and operations of CFCN. He will install it early in September. Much time and expense has been put out by local citizens who hiked the mountains in search of a location for the broadcast station. An excellent location was found on Bluff Mountain at the northeast end of Blairmore. Cranbrook group plans to best food prices CRANBROOK The East Kootenay Food Co- planning a direct assault on the cost of eating in now has a board of registered directors. This is required under provincial and is first step toward opening for its possibly by late summer. Board members are W. J. vice Elaine secretary Bob Jenkins retired miner is 93 Pass friends salute retired miner's birthday COLEMAN Retired miner Bob Jenkins of Coleman welcomed members of his family to a gathering in the Crowsnest Pass Senior Citizens Home recently to celebrate his 93rd birthday. Born at in he came to this town in 1910 to work in the International Mine. He retired when he was 68. Predeceased by his in he has five two 15 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. He likes to curl and fish and enjoys good health. Robert Dolce and Brian Adams. Membership requires 10- share capital minimum at a share to join to a maximum of 20 shares within one year. The board has set a public meeting for Tuesday. The theory of operation is bulk purchase of food staples and seasonal grocery items sold at cost plus a weekly fee for operating costs. A full-time manager and assistant would be employed and some volunteer store work would be required of members. Gov't dept. to explain operations TABER.. Taber industrial co-ordinator Roscoe F. Gibb has announced that the Taber industrial committee has arranged for a dinner meeting at which the public will be able to learn more about the programs of the provincial department of industry and commerce. To date two men have confirmed they will be present for the with more to be announced later. On hand definitely will be regional economic development representative Dwight J. Stanford of Medicine Hat and Kenneth H. G. regional services branch director. Masons sell hall CRANBROOK In a major real estate transaction the Cranbrook Masonic Lodge has sold its 50-year-old hall on llth the city to the city. The lodge has purchased the former Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall on 3rd Avenue at 4th Street. be able to tell the said the oil company drilling foreman. Repairing the dirt road damage will have to wait until June. Chief Mountain is all ready for the customs opening May 16. The Herald- District Macleod scrap dealer raps town's attitude FORT MACLEOD Town council this week night decided to inform scrap dealer Henry Carr of 20th St. to remove junk from property adjoining land he leases from the town. Coun. John Davis should advise Mr. Carr that if he doesn't take a lot of junk off that he doesn't lease. We will cancel the property he does Council directed that a letter to that effect be sent to the scrap dealer. Speaking on the matter of fire hazards caused by stacks Fort Macleod museum sets summer hours FORT MACLEOD The Fort Museum here will open Citizen's Day. The mounted patrol will begin its rides in the nearby park on June 15. From May 12 to May 31 the museum will be open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 1 to June 15. After June 15 the museum will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. of old lumber and unsightly areas of Coun. Davis said that if council gets enough complaints from citizens in the areas it will act on various nuisances. But scrap is Mr. Carr's business he prepares it here for shipment to Calgary and he told The Herald Tuesday morning he has been unjustly criticized by council for the last 10 years. are prejudiced against anyone running a business here in Fort he said. are not sure of nothing in Fort He said has been going on for lease you a piece of property and just because you don't jump right away CHARGEX Spencers Pro Harare- MartoM Pro iir's Pro Hoyt'i Pro Hardwire 3rd WMtmlmtor Shopping Plau. Phont 328-4441 Stem s Pro Raymond ;